Lori Phelps, PsyD, CATC V
August 17 – December 16, 2015
2015 course websites and syllabi
will be available for full access on Monday, August 17, by 5pm.
In the meantime, you may order the texts and download the syllabi below to get an idea of what will be expected in your courses.
We are excited to announce Saddleback’s new Occupational Skills Award. Please see the announcement below for details about this exciting opportunity!
· HS 184 (MEDICAL ASPECTS OF EATING DISORDERS) Fall 2015
· HS 185 (BACKGROUND AND TREATMENT OF EATING DISORDERS) Summer 2015
Handbook of Treatment for Eating Disorders. 1997. Edited by David Garner and Paul Garfinkel.
Eating Disorders and Obesity: A Comprehensive Handbook. 2002. Edited by Kelly Brownell and Christopher Fairburn.
American Psychiatric Association. (2013). Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders: DSM-5 (5th ed.). Arlington, VA: Author.
EATING DISORDERS OCCUPATIONAL SKILLS AWARD
Occupational Skills Award – Eating Disorders
Important Notice to Students:
Great news! The Occupational Skills Award (OSA) for Eating Disorders Studies has been processed and "officially" approved by the Board of Trustees. However, students may not petition for the OSA until it is posted in the College Catalog, and it is anticipated that the OSA will be included as an addendum in the Spring 2016 catalog. After it has been included in the catalog, you may petition to Admissions and Records for the OSA. Please note that the deadline to petition for awards in the Spring is March 1st, so I recommend that at the end of January check the catalog to confirm that it is listed so that you can petition for the OSA. Here are the steps to take to petition for the OSA:
· Go to MySite
· Click the Student Services tab
· Click the Admissions, Records, and Enrollment Services
· In the "Petitions/Appeals" section, click the Petition for Certificate of Achievement or Occupational Skills Award and follow the instructions
This award requires the completion of the Eating Disorders courses: HS 181-Introduction to Eating Disorders, HS 184 – Medical Aspects of Eating Disorders, and HS 185 – The Background and Treatment of Eating Disorders.
If you have questions, contact Dr. Lori Phelps at firstname.lastname@example.org.
There is NO on-campus orientation for these courses.
All coursework and examinations are ONLINE.
All orientation information is available via the links below and also on the course website.
ACCBC is an affiliate of the
California Association for Alcohol/Drug Educators